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Battle Of The Bulge: Kenya Moore Backtracks After Nasty Weight Comment To Kandi Burruss On ‘RHOA’

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Dec. 20 2013, Published 11:21 a.m. ET

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore is attempting to clean up the nasty comments she made about co-star Kandi Burruss‘ weight by opening up about her own curves, has learned.

The reality star, who prides herself on having a stallion booty, told Burruss she could “afford to skip a few meals” after stopping at Chick-fil-A on Sunday’s RHOA.

After the episode aired, the former beauty pageant star backtracked on the comments.

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“I made a wise crack. Kandi knows I think she has a great figure, so I’m sure she laughed as we have together about the 5-10 pounds she wants to lose. I’m not a tiny girl myself, and I appreciate a woman with curves,” Kenya wrote on her Bravo blog.

After the pseudo-apology, she went on to discuss her own weight.

“I won Miss USA at 128lbs, and I’m now a healthy 145-150lb at 5’10”.

“As women, we know 5lbs is everything to us, but I simply encourage all women to be healthy,” she added.

Kandi Burruss

Responding to the weight comments, Kandi took to Instagram, posing in a tiny black body suit.

“Well she says I need to miss a few meals, but I say I’m fabulous! Gone with the wind fabulous,” Kandi joked, citing lyrics from Kenya’s infamous hit song.

Unfazed by the Kenya’s weight shaming, Kandi continued to rant with a flurry of hashtags, like “#IDontCareWhatSheSays”, “#YesMyThighsAreBigSoWhat,” and “#NoImNotASize2 .”

Do you think Kenya’s apology was sincere? Tell us below!



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